- About 60 percent of all Asians were married, somewhat higher
than the proportion for the total population.
- Almost four-fifths of Asians spoke a language other than English at home,
but about three-fifths spoke English “very well.”
- A higher proportion of Asians (44 percent) than of the total population
(24 percent) had earned at least a bachelor’s degree. Asian Indians had the highest
percentage with a bachelor’s degree, about 64 percent, Japanese had the highest proportion (91 percent) with at least a high school education.
- Asians were more likely than the total population to be in management,
professional, and related occupations. About 45 percent of Asians were
employed in management, professional, and related occupations, compared with 34 percent of the total population
- Asian men and women who worked year-round, full-time had higher median earnings than all men and women.
- The median annual income of Asian families was higher than the median of
- Homeownership was relatively lower for Asians than the total U.S. population.
Personally, one is pleased. Possible reasons are the intense competitiveness in all spheres - education, work, etc. in Asia, as well as relatively high levels of education.